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Tattoo pain level?

I want to get a tattoo , but I'm not sure I can handle the pain. on a scale of 1-10, (10 being the worst) how much does it hurt to get a tattoo on the upper right side of the back?

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Don't get a tattoo. Ugh! They are nauseating.

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It depends on were you are getting it, If you get it on a more sentive part of you body then it well hurt alot, But if you get in on a less senitive it well hurt but no to bad.

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Were you are getting it I would say a 7.
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Everyone's pain level is completely different. Literally, some would say 10, others would say 4.. Also depends where you get it. If it's your first, I'd recommend your shoulder, because tattoos hurt the most where there's more fat. So the tighter the skin, and less fat, the less pain. WHere you are getting it, I'd say 5 but that's me. Just breathe and know you will have what you wanted when it's all over.

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The real hurt will come in a few years when you decide you really didn't want a tattoo and now it's too late. Get a temporary one and you can have the experience - no pain - and not live to regret this decision.

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The back? pretty easy spot. Your areas of "softer" skin tend to hurt more (not for me though, my tat artist says I'm weird), and also areas where the skin is very tight and fatty (front of thigh...imo) The skin on your upper back is a nice medium between those two, compared to other spots of the body, It's pretty easy. You get used to the pain after a while, it feels like someone dragging a pin across your skin. It just becomes an annoying pain.

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Different people have different pain levels .Also it depends on which area of the body you get it on.

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